Laura Brown, who has been with Murray Beith Murray since 2016, has been promoted to director of tax.
Brown, who is an accountant by profession, is a tax specialist and has over 25 years’ experience in private client wealth management, and providing comprehensive tax advice.
In addition, David Windram, has advanced from senior tax assistant to tax manager.
Windram has a First Class BA (Hons) Accounting and has been with Murray Beith Murray since June 2018, having previously worked for several years with a “leading” Edinburgh accountancy firm, specialising in personal tax.
Finally, Charles Adams has recently joined Murray Beith Murray as senior tax assistant.
In his new role, he will now be responsible for both tax compliance work and tax planning in relation to individuals, trusts and partnerships.
Ruthven Gemmell, senior partner at Murray Beith Murray, said: “The advancement appointments are well-deserved and recognise the contribution these individuals make to the firm’s private client tax offering.
“Together with the recruitment appointment, this highlights Murray Beith Murray’s ongoing client commitment to deliver the highest standards of service by having the best people in post, with the right experience and expertise.”